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The Weekly Portion: Encamping with Hashem

As we begin Sefer Bemidbar, the subject matter of the pesukim shifts to more technical details-a census of the Jewish people, and how they would divide into different camps when the Shechina would settle from traveling. Before any specifics are mentioned, Hashem tells Moshe and Aharon: אִישׁ עַל דִּגְלוֹ בְאֹתֹת לְבֵית אֲבֹתָם…

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The Weekly Portion: RELIVING THE BERACHA OF YOM YERUSHALAYIM

The Weekly Portion: RELIVING THE BERACHA OF YOM YERUSHALAYIM Tzvi Silver, a student in his third year of studies towards a degree in Electronics Engineering at JCT’s Lev Campus, with a special D’var Torah for Yom Yerushalayim Forty eight years ago, to the day, the Jewish People were not in a good…

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Electro-Optics Expert Prof. Alan Willner Visits JCT

Electro-Optics Expert Prof. Alan Willner Visits JCT Prof. Alan Willner, one of the world’s leading experts in Electro-Optics, visited JCT in late January. Prof. Willner is a religious Jew who has published over 1,000 publications and scientific papers and currently serves as President of OSA – Optical Society of America,…

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Haredi Men Nurse Interest in the Health Sciences

Jerusalem College of Technology launches first program in Israel to train Orthodox men to become medical nurses   A new academic nursing program for religious Jewish men will launch this fall in Jerusalem in an effort to bring more Haredim in to the Israeli workforce, and to address a serious…

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Houston, We Have a Problem; Bnei Brak, We Have a Solution

Two Bnei Brak Charedi graduates of Lustig Institute in Ramat Gan — a branch of the Jerusalem College of Technology that serves members of the hared community — have developed a microchip for use in Israel’s aerospace industry. The chip — which was developed by Tehiya Dayan and Lior Halevi…

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New Prestigious Laboratories for JCT’s Electro-Optics Faculty

The Department of Electro-Optics, which was the first of its kind in Israel, recently received new laboratories including millions of dollars’ worth of equipment. The laboratories will significantly improve the research capabilities at JCT, which are already at the cutting-edge of science. Donations were received from the Maurice and Vivienne…

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JCT’s Haredi Alums Spearhead IAI Software Development

89 Haredi women received degrees from JCT in the fields of Computer Sciences, Accounting and Information Systems, Business Management and Science and Technology Education. The guest of honor was Rabbi Eliyahu Schlesinger, Rabbi of Gilo and Makor Haim. Also in attendance was CPA Shlomit Woltzer, a graduate of JCT’s Da’at…

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14 Students of JCT’s Hassidic Program Already Employed

This week, 14 students from JCT’s Tvuna program for Hassidic women began working for Netsource. 95% of Tvuna applicants were hired The job placement was made possible through a joint effort between the company, JCT’s Job Placement Department and the Tal Campus Administration. The students participated in evaluation center workshops in…

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‘Invisibility’ Tech builds safer antenna for IDF

An Israeli scientist uses the same principles and material that go into Harry Potter- style ‘dissapearing capes’ to protect soldiers from radiation Off in the future, IDF soldiers may get the ultimate battlefield armor – a Harry Potter-style “invisibility cloak” that could let them cross a battlefield right under the noses…

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